Dubai Tour 2016 Route stage 4: Dubai Marine Club – Burj Khalifa
Saturday, February 6, 2016 – At 132 kilometres, the closing stage of the 2016 Dubai Tour doesn't leave Dubai City. The finish is near Burj Khalifa, peaking at 829.8 metres, this is the world's tallest skyscraper. A perfect spot for a clash of the world's fastest cyclists.
Editions 2014 and 2015 saw a similar closing stage, both ending at the foot of Burh Khalifa. In successive order, Marcel Kittel and Mark Cavendish were the party boys. In fact, ‘Cav’ took the overall by sprinting to victory and thus taking the needed time bonus in 2015.
As in 2015, the winner takes a 10 seconds bonus, while numbers two and three receive a 6 and 4 seconds gift. In the intermediate sprints are 3, 2 and 1 second for grabs.
A spectacle sprint looms as the standings are: 1/ Nizzolo, 2/ Lobato at 2 seconds, 3/ Kittel at 6 seconds…
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